Living Lab News

ENoLL Vice President Jarmo Eskelinen on open public data as a new resource for user driven innovation

Whole countries and cities are opening up access to their data. How can open public data become reality beyond the buzz word? What does it really change? Are we experiencing a paradigm change and is the public sector ready for it?

EUROCITIES Knowledge Society Forum Autumn

Invitation to the Autumn Event 19th-20th October 2010 in Birmingham: Advancing smart growth in smarter cities.

Programme and registration can be found here

CALL: LUTIN Userlab Paris needs help of ENoLL-Community

From Claudio Vandi and Charles TijusLUTIN - Living Lab (www.lutin-userlab.fr)

Dear fellows Living Labs,LUTIN Userlab in Paris needs your letter of support for a project that would foster our activities and would benefit all the community of our partners.

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Community website for living lab knowledge

The Living Lab Knowledge Centre developed by the Amsterdam Living Lab is now online: http://amsterdamlivinglab.novay.nl. This community website about living lab methodology supports developers who want to design or evaluate new products or services. It is also a platform for researchers to share and discuss their experiences with and knowledge about living lab research.

New Research throws light on Trends in User Orientated Innovation

A new report ‘Exploring the Quadruple Helix’, is launched today, as part of a European exchange project aimed at improving innovation policy.

The Quadruple Helix refers to the interaction of four pillars in innovation ecosystems: knowledge institutions, enterprises, government and civil society.

ENoLL Member Citilab (Spain) awarded Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Award for Excellence

On June 28th, 2010, Citilab Cornellà, a member of the European Network of Living Labs since November 2008, received the prestigious Urban Land Institute's Award for Excellence. ULI’s mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.

Bill Mitchell, Father of the Living Lab Concept, passed away this weekend

William Mitchell, MIT dean and professor, architect, urbanist and theorist, widely regarded as one of the most prominent thinker on “smart cities”, has passed away. He lost the fight with cancer at the age of 65. Mitchell was considered one of the world's leading urban theorists.

Lighting Living Lab will create Street Lighting cadastre

a Cadastre of Public LightingThe Lighting Living Lab was created one year ago and is developing a project that will permit the creation of the cadastre of street lighting in the municipality at the moment. This will assure higher energy efficiency; another ongoing project addresses the identification of user needs to improve services.

Fabrique du futur AND A.R.T.S. endowment fund announced the launch of SmartSystem

With the increase in importance of the creative economy, the objective is to give to all the creators the real means to build the future

SmartSystems, a revolutionary project to create value and give rise to the products and uses of the future.

SmartSystems is primarily a creative economy's ecosystem which consists of businesses of all sizes, industrials, technological and territorial partners from the world of research, but also artists, designers, architects, thinkers ....

MIT plugs 'living lab' in energy efficiency

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is out to prove that green buildings don't have to be all that high tech.

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